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Succeeding in Business Applications with Microsoft Office 2003: A Problem-Solving Approach prepares students to solve real-life business problems using Microsoft Office applications. Moving beyond a basic "point and click" focus, it challenges students to use critical thinking and analysis to find efficient and effective solutions to real-life situations with business applications.
Introduction to Problem Solving Using Microsoft Office 2003 Section 1: Developing Effective Communication and Organization Plans Introduction to Communication and Organization with Microsoft Office 2003 Chapter 1: Developing Strategies for Managing Your Files Chapter 2: Conducting Business Research on the Web Chapter 3: Managing Everyday Communications with Microsoft Word Chapter 4: Delivering Professional Presentations with PowerPoint Section 2: Solving Business Problems with Spreadsheets Introduction to Problem Solving and Decision Making with Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Chapter 1: Applying Fundamental Excel Skills and Tools in Problem Solving Chapter 2: Solving Problems with Statistical Analysis Tools Chapter 3: Determining Effective Data Display with Charts Chapter 4: Applying Logic in Decision Making Chapter 5: Retrieving Data for Computation, Analysis, and Reference Chapter 6: Evaluating the Financial Impact of Loans and Investments Section 3: Solving Business Problems with Databases Introduction to Data Management with Microsoft Access 2003 Chapter 1: Preparing to Automate Data Management Chapter 2: Organizing Data for Information Retrieval Chapter 3: Analyzing Data for Effective Decision Making Chapter 4: Collecting Data with Well-Designed Forms Chapter 5: Developing Effective Reports Section 4: Integrating Business Applications for Maximum Results Introduction to Integration with Microsoft Office 2003 Chapter 1: Making Data Transportable and Universally Usable Chapter 2: Integrating Business Communications Section 5: Capstone Projects